Survey finds most staff believe their company has changed little or not at all since setting out a purpose.
After the murder of George Floyd, many US companies committed to increasing diversity—and some have backed up their words with action.
A new study reveals that narcissistic chief executives tend to announce more share repurchases, yet not follow this course of action through.
Equality stalls Down Under; narcissistic CEOs; EY to poll partners on audit split; SEC pushes on with climate reporting introduction.
Lawyers challenge boards blocking shareholder resolutions
ICAEW asks Liz Truss to progress audit reform; FRC to leave London; reporting earnings per share correctly; ESG committees gain ground.
Setting standards for sustainability reporting is complex. Can we learn from the past 150 years of setting financial reporting standards?
Objectors say the directive on corporate sustainability and human rights falls short, while companies criticise the demands it makes.
Corporate governance needs a booster of ‘green pill’ obligations to hold organisations to account over their promises, write academics.
Formal whistleblowing means trouble, not only for the obvious reason, but because it shows the organisation failed to address valid concerns.